South Orange’s Community Care and Justice committee began accepting referrals from the South Orange Police Department last month to redirect emergency calls from the police to social workers, officials said.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy has won reelection by a narrower-than-expected margin, beating Republican opponent Jack Ciattarelli, according to the Associated Press.
The South Orange Community Care and Justice administers survey pertaining to law enforcement and neighborhood culture.
South Orange unveiled a new strategic plan on October 5 to improve waste management and recycling efforts in the Village set to take effect in 2023, according to Village Trustee Bill Haskins and Environmental Commission Chair Linda Beck.
The Board of Regents approved a plan to restructure the University in a controversial decision that would merge Seton Hall's nine schools and colleges into seven to reduce administrative costs, the Office of the Provost announced on Sept. 28.
After being named executive director of Light Opera of New Jersey, Dr. Jason Tramm, Seton Hall’s director of choral activities, said he is looking towards a bright future for music.
Seton Hall’s department of Catholic studies, in conjunction with the department of social work, announced on Sept. 15 a social work and Catholic studies double major program which expects to have its first graduates in 2026.
The Village of South Orange and the Township of Maplewood announced a merging of their chambers of commerce after unanimous votes by both of the chambers.
A student died Monday after suffering a medical emergency in Neumann Hall.
Seton Hall’s ranking by the annual U.S. News and World Report rose six spots in the 2022 ranking, up from No. 133 best university in the United States to No. 127.
The bodies of Seton Hall freshman Nidhi Rana and Montclair State University student Ayush Rana were found Friday in the Passaic River, according to a state medical examiner.
The following letter has been lightly edited for clarity and style. It was approved by the Seton Hall AAUP advocacy chapter on Friday, Sept. 3.
Several buildings were damaged last week as the University was hit with flooding from post-tropical cyclone Ida.
Majority of students prefer stricter vaccine enforcement, oppose universal mask mandate, Setonian survey finds.By Daniel O'Connor | Aug. 17, 2021
A majority of students are opposed to the University’s newly imposed mask mandate, and support stricter enforcement of its vaccine mandate, a survey by The Setonian found.
Seton Hall will require masks indoors on all its campuses until further notice, according to a Thursday email from the Health Intervention and Communication Team (HICT).
A Seton Hall faculty group has published a 'letter of concern' regarding the University’s reopening plans for the fall semester, calling for an enforceable vaccine mandate and an indoor masking requirement.